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Wet 'n' Wild Water World

Gold Coast, Queensland


Wave Pool at Wet 'n' Wild Water World

Family in the Wave Pool at Wet 'n' Wild Water World

Courtesy Warner Village Theme Parks

Wet 'n' Wild Water World describes itself as Australia's largest Australian water theme park. It features water slides, pools and other attractions and is very much activity-oriented.

It is one of the Gold Coast theme parks owned by Warner Village Theme Parks.

When is it open?

Wet 'n' Wild Water World is open from 10am every day of the year except Christmas Day, December 25. Restricted opening hours apply on Anzac Day, April 25, with the park opening at 1.30pm.

Closing times vary according to the season, the earliest being 4pm in late autumn and winter (May 1-August 31), the latest being 9pm in the post-Christmas season (December 27-January 25). At other times the park closes at 5pm.

Where is it?

Wet 'n' Wild Water World is located next to Warner Bros. Movie World on the M1 Pacific Motorway, 20 kilometres north of Surfers Paradise and 50 kilometres south of Brisbane.

Free car parking is available at the front of the park. Reserved parking is also available for disabled guests adjacent to the main gate.

Getting there

From Surfers Paradise, drive along the Gold Coast Highway to Smith St and follow the signs to Brisbane and the Pacific Motorway. The exit to Wet 'n' Wild Water World (and Warner Bros Movie World) should be clearly signed.

From Brisbane, follow the signs to the Pacific Motorway and the Gold Coast. You can't miss the turn off to Wet 'n' Wild Water World.

If you prefer not to drive, there are tours and public transport available from Brisbane or the Gold Coast.

Trains from the Gold Coast or Brisbane stop at Helensvale station, a short bus ride from Wet 'n' Wild Water World.

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